Posted by Andrew Stevens on August 8th, 2013 + Universal App - Designed for iPhone and iPad
You can now hit the road with the new update for The Sandbox. The free-to-play game now has vehicles; including a sports car to drive, a truck to carry things around town, and a tank for if things get a little crazy. The update also adds new contraptions and blueprints, along with new levels for the zombie campaign. If you aren’t one of the 5 million people to download the game, make sure you speed on over and see what this world building is all about, especially now with the new sports car! VROOM VROOM!
Hmm, can I take my tank onto a battlefield that’s full of zombies?
Posted by Andrew Stevens on July 19th, 2013 + Universal App - Designed for iPhone and iPad
Pocket Gamer reports that The Sandbox has been improved with a small, but powerful new update. Players will find themselves with two new elements to use for quickly destroying on-screen creations, the Meteorite and Bomb.
The update also adds three blueprints (wizard magic tower, futuristic tower, and giant robot), additional Facebook integration, and more ways of earning free mana.
In the latest update, players will discover 15 new survival levels in the new Zombie Attack campaign. These walking dead creatures hunt and eat humans, turning them into other zombies, and it’s your job to track them down throughout the city and stop them. However, there is also a new magic powder that turns your humans into zombies, if you choose.
Bulkypix’s new free-to-play musical runner is set to release on iOS, on June 20th. SongRush is a 2D runner that features generated levels based on the music you’re listening to. Here’s the best part; choose any song from your own playlist and it will create a level that fits the melody. You’ll be in control of Ink, the main character, and it’s your job to avoid obstacles by grooving to the music’s tempo. Feel the music and be rewarded as perfectly timed slides and jumps will earn you combos to increase your score.
Posted by Andrew Stevens on April 23rd, 2013 + Universal App - Designed for iPhone and iPad
The Sandbox receives an update and adds a new campaign, Lasers & Pipes, that features 10 levels. On top of that, players will notice 5 additional levels in the Dinosaurs campaign and in the Pixel Art campaign. The update also adds 7 new elements and new musical instruments, including the guitar, bass, drums and trumpet.
7 new elements: Laser, E. Laser, Gas Sensor, Insulator, Pump, Pipe & Drain
New Music instruments: Guitar, Bass, Drums and Trumpet
Fixed Crash Bug of Human Campaign – Day 5 – finish it now!
The Contraptions campaign is now FREE for all players!
Bulkypix has plenty of new games coming up, one of which being a casual title called Candymeleon. Players tilt to move a chameleon, and tap on the screen to launch its tongue upward in order to eat the candy above, but there’s certain candy that’s bad. Currency can be earned in-game to unlock powerups and new chameleons. Expect this in the next month or so.
For the impatient, Runaway: A Twist of Fate releases on Thursday. This is the first episode of an extended point-and-click adventure series, similar in controls to The Walking Dead, with more episodes arriving in the coming months.
It’s the end of another day for our good ol’ Redneck. But just as he’s starting to close the bar, strange customers start coming in through the door! Damned! Zombies!
Enjoy all the madcap fun with this cartoon-style 2D shoot ‘em up.
Carry out your investigation and find out where all the zombies are coming from. Armed to the teeth, get ready to fend off these undead partygoers…
DogBox Studio and Bulkypix’s upcoming third-person shooter, Project: Holy Shield has gotten a name upgrade. Now titled Journey To Hell, the game’s original tagline, it’s looking to be a pretty sweet game with plenty of gritty, comic-book style visuals and an original soundtrack. It’s due in November. The developers have also released a dev diary video onto YouTube, where you can see all the cool game creation going on. Check it out:
This November, discover Journey to Hell, a post-apocalyptic TPS with incredible 3D graphics and gripping content. Seven maps, each with their own special atmosphere, plus a unique “real-time render” sound engine developed by AudioGaming and a soundtrack composed especially for the game are only a few of Journey to Hell’s many cool features.
Playing as Gabriel and Rachel, two members of the secret organization Holy Shield, you’ll behead, dismember and disembowel daemons as varied as they are terrifying! When the carnage is over, they’ll surely beat a hasty return to the festering darkness from whence they came.
With plenty of clichés and elements of parody, Project: Holy Shield pays tribute to the genre of big guns, kick-ass heroes and bloodthirsty daemons.
Prior the game’s release in the App Store, DogBox has opened its studio doors via a behind-the-scenes “making of the game” video:
BulkyPix announced an upcoming freemium platformer today, Space Disorder. Check out the screens below and click through to the teaser trailer.
Play as Noah, the game’s fearless hero. Equip your jetpack, enter the robots’ spaceship and free your sweetheart, Zanita, along with all of those poor, armless aliens. Along the way, please them with the many gifts you’ll find during your missions. However, success won’t come easy. As you progress, you’ll need to solve a slew of puzzles using grenades, laser rays and inverted gravity! Avoid the robots’ traps and find as many keys as you can to unlock the cages holding the alien prisoners!